Sena Technologies Inc. invites all sand sports enthusiasts to check out its state-of-the-art communications devices at the 2012 Sand Sports Super Show. The expo, open to the public, takes place Sept. 14-16 at the Orange County Fair and Event Center in Costa Mesa, Calif.
Throughout this premier three-day event, show goers will be able to check out Sena’s complete line of Bluetooth headset/intercom units designed specifically for ATV, UTV, off-road and street motorcycle riders. The addition of a Sena headset to any helmet allows a rider to stay connected to friends and loved ones via hands-free Bluetooth, as well as to other riders and passengers in the riding group via the unit’s intercom system. Sena invites all Sand Sports Super Show attendees to visit them at the Cycle Parts West booth.
“The Sand Sports Super Show in Southern California is one of the most recognized public expositions in the ATV and motorcycle off-roading sphere” said Marc Woo, president North and South America. “With our new products such as the SMH5, the SM10 Dual Streaming Audio Transmitter and the soon to be released SPH10H, we felt it extremely important to be in front of such an important audience.”
Attendees of the three-day event will get to test and try out the line of Sena Bluetooth headset/intercom systems for themselves, giving them the experience of what it would be like to utilize the units while riding the sand dunes, mountain tracks or anywhere else their travels take them. The interactive experience allows show goers to try on a helmet outfitted with Sena headsets, see how they work, discover their ease of use, talk to a friend via intercom and more. Sena Bluetooth experts will also be on-site to answer any questions and to provide setup advice.
Sena Bluetooth headset/intercom systems have become more widely used in 2011 and 2012 as even greater emphasis has been put on rider safety and the need to cut down distractions while driving. Users are able to operate nearly all of Sena’s functions using the headset/intercom systems’ easy-to-use jog dial, which eliminates the need to search for hard-to-find and small function buttons with gloved hands.